Free 3Com DynamicAccess Software 1.5

3Com has released version 1.5 of its DynamicAccess software for free download from the Web.

Available to new and existing 3Com networked desktops and servers, DynamicAccess is designed to add "intelligence" to network interface cards via emerging and existing network standards, to deliver improved performance, management and control in multivendor environments.

Specifically, the features are Traffic Prioritisation (via the IEEE802.1p standard), RMON for full RMON network performance, Fast IP to acclerate intranet performance, Efficient Multicast Control and Intelligent Installation, allowing remote installation and configuration.

DynamicAccess 1.5 can be downloaded from, Fast IP can be downloaded for non-3Com NICs.

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